Victory In Vermont - My Third License Plate Arrived!

Discussion in 'CT90, CT110, ST70, ST90 Discussion' started by b52bombardier1, Mar 10, 2012.

  1. andrewdell19

    andrewdell19 Active Member

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    fatcaaat Well-Known Member

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    Guess i better go get the last two done....
     
  3. andrewdell19

    andrewdell19 Active Member

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    I'm actually going to try south Dakota on my next one whenever that may be.
     
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    Well... Just got mine sent back. Apparently now if the "fair" nada value is less than $500 you need to take 6% of $500 and not your fair nada value. I don't know if it's just luck of the draw with who you get but I recognize this handwriting on one that got rejected yes ago. But it seems as though it will go through once I send in the check for $2.20 more lol.

    One time they did send me a check back for the difference in the mail because I "overpaid" so i think if a bike I am doing is less than $500 nada value in fair condition I will use $500 anyways.
     
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    Rick,
    I am outside of Baton Rouge here in Louisiana. I am new to the biking world and am looking at a 1981 Honda XL185s...no title. I am seeing a good bit of info about this Vermont deal. Being some info is outdated, would you be willing to converse about your experience with it? Could we talk over the phone (perhaps a PM to exchange information)?
    I am wanting this to be a completely legal and upright approach to getting this thing titled.
    -Gary
     
  6. b52bombardier1

    b52bombardier1 Well-Known Member

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    Hello Gary,

    Sure, maybe later tonight - I'm just up the road in Bossier City. PM me and we can work out a phone call. Its all very legal, very straightforward and Louisiana DMV law makes this method just about the only viable way. The existing “Good Faith Possession Of A Vehicle” section of LA DMV law aka “Louisiana R.S. 32:707(M)” is totally unworkable . . . . one great big "Catch 22" will stop you dead in your tracks if you attempt that method. Believe me, I've tried and was made to feel like a criminal even though my bike had never been stolen.

    Rick
     

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